Henry Ford: The Man and His Motives 1923

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
1923. In this work, the author tried to tell what he saw in Mr. Henry Ford. He tried to get at Ford's motives. He tried to get into Ford's heart. He tried to picture Ford first of all as a human being with his family and his friends. Then the author tried to set forth Ford's business ideals and principles by direct quotations that came from his own lips and his own heart. Stidger tried to be Biblical in his dealing with this man. Ford is human like the rest of us and has his faults, but the author confesses that he did not go to Mr. Ford to search out his faults and failings. He may have them. All Stidger knows is that no taint has ever sullied Ford's name.

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